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What makes our firm unique and special are the people in it. At MINIÑO we strongly believe that our people are our main competitive advantage, a key factor in delivering our clients with excellent services and outstanding results.

Throughout the years we have built a team of expert professionals that have adopted the firm´s culture and work philosophy as their own. We have achieved this by focusing our efforts on developing our people and actively involving them in the firm’s strategy and goals.


  • Our partners work directly with the people on their team, providing a great opportunity for professional development and mentoring.
  • We provide our people with the opportunity to constantly develop not only on technical skills but also on human skills.
  • Our innovative approach to the practice of law includes innovation at the workplace.
  • We foster team work, collaboration and innovation at all levels of the organization.
  • We strongly believe in diversity and inclusion, and are constantly seeking to bring in people from a variety of background and gender.

We look for and value people with:

  • Proactivity
  • Innovative thinking
  • Dedication
  • Empowerment
  • High Human skills

MINIÑO Abogados is an equal opportunities/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or any other condition protected by applicable law. This non-discrimination policy applies to all aspects of employment.

Job opportunities:

Trademark Analyst

This position is focused on clerical tasks and the main job duties include: assisting all other trademark and patent professionals with general administrative duties. Conduct daily scanning and docketing of all trademark and patent matters with strict attention to accuracy and timeliness. Assist with administrative duties related to the filing, maintenance, prosecution and enforcement of Intellectual Property. Assist with generating, sending and docketing correspondence to clients and local authorities. Assist with follow-ups of matters with the local authorities, including trips when necessary.

Position: Trademark Analyst
Education: Bachelor’s degree (preferably Economics, Business Management or Engineering)
Availability: Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 6:00
Languages: Bilingual in English and Spanish (written and spoken)


Excellent opportunity to join a forward thinking law firm and a dynamic Intellectual Property team. The role involves a variety of work in different areas of law with a particular focus on trademark and patent prosecution, in the Dominican Republic and internationally. The candidate will work directly with international and local clients and will be involved in strategy planning in all matters to handle.

Position: Lawyer
Practice areas: Intellectual Property
Experience level: 1-3 years
Education: Law Degree
Languages: Bilingual in English and Spanish (written and spoken)

Process Trademark Analyst

Responsible for a project involving business reengineering efforts that support business operations and customer experience. Works with the managing director and a cross-functional team to define current processes that support the Legal Specialized Services and Legal Corporate Services and defines the future state that will be enabled through technology. Works with moderate guidance in own area of knowledge. Develops repeatable, and thus scalable, plans and processes in order to speed time to market and improve operational efficiency, documents issues, risks, and problems using Quality Assurance (QA) practices. Work activities also, include analyzing stakeholders and business processes for change initiatives, developing change management strategy.

Position: Process Trademark Analyst
Practice areas: Process reengineering
Education: Bachelor’s degree (preferably Engineering, Business Management or Economics)
Experience Level: New Graduate or 1 year
Availability: Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 6:00
Languages: Bilingual in English and Spanish (written and spoken)
Required skills: Excellent people skills. Able to interact professionally and constructively with leadership and other employees, even under challenging circumstance; Desirable working experience with business transformation and business process redesign; Knowledge of As-Is and To-Be business process mapping and how to tie processes to IT system requirements, including financial management or ERP; Ability to work independently and collaboratively a with an internal project team while providing objective insights that support a change management mindset.

Administrative and Finance Manager

Coordinate, grant instructions, supervise, evaluate and assist in the planning of work force, activities and their load and compliance with the objectives of the administration and support area. Attend meetings of the management committee, strategic planning, budget planning and control. Put forward and coordinate with your work team the identification of improvements in the work done by your department. Coordinate, supervise and verify the proper functioning of all aspects related to the inventory of assets of the firm, maintenance activities, messaging, coordination with external service providers to ensure business continuity.

Position: Administrative and Finance Manager
Experience Level: Minimum of five (5) years
Education: BS/MA degree in Finance, Accounting or Economics
Availability: Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 6:00
Languages: English and Spanish Advance
Responsibilities: Provide executive management with clear insights into drivers of business and financial performance and risk; assess business/market opportunities and inform/recommend prioritization decisions; Execute Financial and Administrative task supervising assistants and analyst for the Account payable and Account receivable functions; Oversee all aspects of the budgeting, forecasting, and monthly reporting processes - ensure accuracy and predictability of results and key metrics; Collaborate with and manage cross-functional teams (Tax, Accounting, Financial Operations, Internal Audit, M&A, etc.) to provide end-to-end financial support; Drive improvement in managing the Capital Budget process including generation of workflows and approvals, and maintaining control over the process; Coordinate all tasks related to the hiring of suppliers and external correspondents, facilitate the process and ensure the correct use of the assigned resources.
Required skills: Experience leading teams, collaborating with a team managing, projects, and developing people and their careers; Self-motivated and excellent leadership skills; Professional, executive presence with excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact with management in a timely and efficient manner; Proficient user of finance software; Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and Access; Excellent communication skills, verbal and written; Independently manage multiple responsibilities concurrently; Experience with managing multiple projects; Desirable Knowledge in SAP Business One.

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